individuality, contumaciousness, discordance, insubordination, disobedience, transgressiveness, refusal, breach of custom, veto, rejection, iconoclasm, violation, unorthodoxy, recusance, nonagreement, contumacy, obstinacy, unruliness, nonconformance, nonconformism, disaffection, noncompliance, lawlessness, recalcitrance, opposition, mutinousness, nonacceptance, denial, nonobservance, disapprobation, disagreement, nonconsent, refusing, recusancy, objection, Bohemianism, negation, originality, disapproval
sectarianism (part of speech: noun)
dissidence, heterodoxy, idolatry, Bohemian, heathenism, sectarianism, non-orthodoxy, demonism, barbarism, iconolatry, pantheistic, demonolatry, factionalism, atheism, denominationalist, non-religiousness, non-belief, paganism, heresy, fetishism
unconformity (part of speech: noun)
curiosity, idiosyncrasy, funniness, incompatibility, exception, quirkiness, divergence, incongruity, impropriety, oddity, strangeness, difference, unfamiliarity, peculiarity, aberrance, irregularity, derangement, uniqueness, outlandishness, deviation, anomaly, aberration, singularity, uncommonness, inconsistency, unconventionality, eccentricity, abnormality, freakishness
- Religious nonconformity continued especially among the humble people. - "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed.", S. A. Reilly.
- Let us here hold closely by the opening thought of our discussion, that conformity to the world in itself is no sin, and nonconformity in itself no virtue. - "Amusement: A Force in Christian Training", Rev. Marvin R. Vincent..
- William Bull, of the neighbouring town of Newport Pagnell, a dissenting minister, but a member of a spiritual connexion which did not stop at the line of demarcation between Nonconformity and the Establishment. - "Cowper", Goldwin Smith.